RAID0 aka striped set (no redundancy)

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How to make a byte for byte copy of a drive? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Using DD for disk cloning What's the easiest and most reliable, risk free, way of making an exact copy of a hard drive? We have a drive that's been messed up by someone ...
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Opened raid1 in raid0, what now?

I accidentally opened my 1 disk raid1 as raid0 with mdadm --create, and this looks like it overwrote the default raid meta info, and makes my device detected as raid0 with mdadm --assemble --scan. For ...
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is xfs a good raid setup?

I'm using amazon, and there is docs everywhere to use xfs. Is xfs a software based raid? Is it fast?
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HDD RAID0 question

If you have 2 raptor 10k rpm drives in Raid0, can you add another sata (7200prm) drive outside of the RAID or would it have to be inside the RAID? What would be the consequences of adding a 7200 RPM ...
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remove raid0 from a dell t710 using perc

I got a dell server with 2 physical harddrives that are seen as one, because the system is utilizing raid0. How do we disable this striping, such that we can see two different drives. I'm well aware ...
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Mixing RAID0 and RAID1 on the same set of drives

I am soon installing a new pair of drives in one of our machines that exists as a VMWare host box (running VMWare Server at the moment). They are going to be used as a RAID0 array for a couple of ...